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Samsung MM-A940

Samsung MM-A940
Manufacturer Samsung Electronics
Compatible networks CDMA Dual Band / Tri-Mode (1900/800 MHz, Amps 800), EVDO
Form factor Clamshell
Dimensions 3.68" x 1.83" x 1.01" (93 x 46 x 26 mm)
Weight 4.90 oz (139 g)
Memory 60 MB
Removable storage microSD
Display 176x220 pixels, 262K TFT-LCD
Rear camera 2-megapixel, flash, 2X optical zoom
Connectivity Bluetooth, USB

The Samsung MM-A940 (also known as the SPH-A940 or A940) is a discontinued CDMA cellular phone for Sprint Nextel. The A940 features a 2.0-megapixel camera with 2x optical zoom, an MP3 player with external controls, Bluetooth, an expandable microSD slot and streaming video and music with Sprint's EVDO.


  • Features an innovative twisting design with dual high-resolution displays - 262K TFT 176 x 220 Main Display
  • Includes 60 MB of internal memory along with a free 32 MB MicroSD (Transflash) memory card
  • Built-in 2.0-megapixel camera features a 2x optical zoom, LED flash, auto focus, multi-shot and brightness adjustments
  • Supports Sprint Power Vision, Music Store, Java ME, and the ability to view Word and PDF documents
  • Supports the following Bluetooth profiles: Headset(HSP)/Handsfree(HFP)/Dial-up networking(DUN)/File Transfer(FTP)/Object Push (OPP)/Basic Printing (BPP)
  • The A940 can print pictures without using a PC by connecting directly with PictBridge supported printers (via the included USB cable)

This wireless phone is dual-band and operates on the digital 1900 GHz and 800 MHz bands. It features EVDO technology that is faster than traditional data communications over cellular networks.


The phone has been distributed in North America by the following carriers:

External links

  • Connect Windows XP Computer to the Internet Using the Samsung A900M Camera Phone (Works with the A940 as well.)

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